A lone dragon stays aloft

…or this guy is on duty patrolling the coastline, perhaps.. This photo is not great because the angle that I caught him stayed at the edge of the cliff,  also caught the rock platform in straight line, and it made the his presence assimilated in background.  Oh well, I could not help it as thereContinue reading “A lone dragon stays aloft”

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Into the pipe

That day, number of surfers paddled and caught the waves in the way they did. It was incredibly crisp and bright early summer day. [Edit: 18-Oct-2018] This post had been published earlier than the theme of RDP Wednesday – SPORT but I decided to contribute my photos.. Thank you for stopping by.

LIFE GUARD3

This was literally the first shot I took in Gold Coast. We took a very early flight (departed Sydney at 6:10am) and put our luggage onto the accommodation to head to a local cafe (a particular cafe which my friend loves) for the breakfast.  I caught this on our way to the cafe walking alongContinue reading “LIFE GUARD3”

Coolangatta at sunset

Here are a little more photos of sunset beach at Coolangatta.  I stepped down to the beach from Pat Fagan Park after I took a few photos from, which you can see some on here . I don’t need anything in front of the nice sunset (and sunrise too!).  They just adore me and I am lostContinue reading “Coolangatta at sunset”

Coolangatta into golden hours

I flew up to my first Gold Coast trip with my friend last week.  This was made her last trip in Australia before she left. Funny that I had never tried GC in my holidays list in the past and people were surprised at that for the years long of me living in Australia. MyContinue reading “Coolangatta into golden hours”

Coastal blue

I would like to share a couple of images I photographed a couple of months ago.  At that day I had an early appointment near Bondi first in the morning.  I could have left the area after the appointment but I checked my time and found that I could squash short photography time before gettingContinue reading “Coastal blue”